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AirPatrol Corporation

October 10, 2012 14:28 ET

Mobile Phones as Weapons: The Surprising New Dangers in the Enterprise

Expert in High Tech Security Fields Will Address Cybersecurity Threats Posed by Nefarious Mobile Devices and Available Solutions at the Cyber Security Finance Forum With AirPatrol

COLUMBIA, MD--(Marketwire - Oct 10, 2012) - On Tuesday October 16th, Chairman and founder of mobile security technology firm AirPatrol, Bradley Rotter, will discuss the dangers of mobile devices and possible solutions at the 2nd Annual Cyber Security Finance Forum 2012 (CSFF 2012) to be held at the University Club (1777 F Street NW, DC) from 8am-6pm.

It is estimated that 867 terabytes of data (the amount stolen from the United States in 2010) is now stolen on a daily basis with mobile devices quickly becoming a popular source of corporate espionage. Mobile devices are always with us and compromised devices are able to exfiltrate confidential information and, thus, ruin a corporation's image or worse.

Bradley Rotter will develop a picture of what the present enterprise mobile security environment looks like by identifying threats and methods of infiltration as well as what it will become in the future. Rotter will discuss what enterprises can do to minimize and control the current threat and establish a secure base for what is to come.

Rotter is a popular speaker on a variety of subjects and regularly focuses his energy and capital on protecting our nation. Identifying mobility as the biggest trend he has witnessed, Rotter founded AirPatrol to monitor, detect and manage mobile devices and minimalize threats to cybersecurity. Often described as a futurist, Rotter aims to protect enterprises and the nation from the dangers of Web 3.0.

About AirPatrol Corporation
Based in Columbia, Maryland, AirPatrol is internationally known for its suite of location-based security systems that identify, monitor and manage mobile devices on wireless and cellular networks. AirPatrol mobile security products can determine specific device compliance with security policies and actively enforce policies by limiting or modifying a device's capabilities while it is within the secured zone. AirPatrol customers include large three letter agencies, military, government, major enterprises and other organizations around the globe. For more information on AirPatrol Corporation and its products call 410-290-3446, email: or visit

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